|Downloading and Installing
Installing to a MS Windows System.
|Installing to a Linux System.
These instructions are specifically for a Linux Ubuntu distribution. More experienced users that use other distros will understand how to install these programs via Wine. The Wine emulator is a Free download within the Ubuntu Software Centre and should be installed before attempting to run the Setup.exe file.
The simplest way to install these programs is to download or copy the Setup.exe file to a USB pen drive or SD card. Using a File Manager program, navigate to the USB drive which should display the Setup.exe install program, right click on this program icon and a context menu will be displayed showing various options one of which is:
|Installing to USB Drives.
You can install all programs to any device capable of running Windows EXE files such as USB drives and SD cards. Before running the installation program, make sure your computer has recognised the USB drive and you know the assigned drive letter. When you RUN the Setup.exe file from the web site, the default installation directory will be C\:BSB_Apps. When the main Directory Installation page appears, change the drive letter to the letter assigned to the USB drive, for example, F\:BSB_Apps, the program will now be installed to the USB drive.
|Browsers and Anti Virus Programs
The default settings for MS Internet explorer generally will allow you to RUN and INSTALL an unsigned application. This has been tested up to and including Windows 7 with IE8. The default settings for FIREFOX generally only allow you to SAVE an EXE file, these settings can be changed to include the RUN option.
|OnLine Fuel Trackers and Calculators.
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